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I'm interested in Physics and game development.

At the bottom of this page, I can see a math, a game development and the famous usual long time addicted stackoverflow sites.

Is there any plan to have a site about physics problems and formulas, or should I try the game development one which is probably full of coders who may not have the necessary physics background?

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I'd be tempted to ask on the Game Development site, as physics in games is only an approximation (albeit a good one). – ChrisF Nov 28 '10 at 16:49
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See the link named area51?

It's where new sites are proposed and defined; where they collect their seed users; and where the sites live in beta.

Visit it, love it, live it.

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If you're concerned about actual equations, the Physics proposal is currently in beta. I would assume that asking how to model a particular situation would be non-specific to game development enough to be on-topic there, though I haven't really had a chance to look at what kind of material is acceptable on that site yet.

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They are still thrashing out the limits. Some folks are pushing to keep it at a fairly mathy level: tending towards students and professionals. – dmckee Nov 28 '10 at 8:29

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